During WW2 with Mr James

Hemyock A.F.C. – through the ages

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Hemyock Guides and Brownies in late 1940’s.

Guides and Brownies late 1940s (?) Back Row Standing L to R. Mary Salter, Margaret Pring, Jane Moore, Margaret Moore, Beryl Doble, Margaret(?) Guppy, Brenda Warren, Julie Summers, Marilyn Woodman, Margaret Dunn. Middle Row kneeling L to R. Pam Lowman, Ruth Hold, Sally Eastick, Sylvia Wright, Diane Mitchell. Thirds Row sitting- L to R. ? , Susan Pring(?), ?, ?, Margaret Doble. Front Row. L to R. (?)Guppy, ?, ?, ?, Anne Trenchard.

Norman Lowman and Ray Griffiths at Blue Anchor camp 1941.

Norman Lowman and Ray Griffiths at Blue Anchor camp 1941.

The 1st Hemyock Scout Camp at Blue Anchor. C.1941.

The 1st Hemyock Scout Camp at Blue Anchor. C.1941.

Programme for ‘Perhaps’. Hemyock Scout and Guides in 1945.

Programme (inside) for ‘Perhaps’, musical revue performed by the 1st Hemyock Scout and Guide in 1945.

The Masque of Empire programme 1943

Programme for ‘The Masque of Empire’, performed in 1943 by the 1st Hemyock Guides, Scouts, Brownies and Cubs.

Hemyock A.F.C. 1949/50

1949/50 season. The return match against Brentford F.C.  at their ground Griffin Park.

Players – L to R. Back row, W. Greenslade, W.J. Andrews, J. Pitman, F. Hurst, S. Mather, R. Casely,

Front row. G. Bale, T. Alberis (known locally as Abbey, L. Rowland, L. Salter, R. H. Bright.

In the background can be seen part of an advertisement, this was for Fullers Beer,

Fullers Brewery, still a thriving family concern, a couple of miles away.

Wilts United Dairies 1947/8 Pantomime

Wilts United Dairies c. 1947/8 pantomime, L to R – P. Lowman, S. Northam, P. Northam, Shirley Northam, B. Northam, J. Leckie, R. Trickey, V. Weeks, J. Summers, A. Board, S. McKee, E(?) Alway.